Category Archives: Real Estate

Dying Suburban Malls Become Housing Mecca

As enclosed malls across the country look to reinvent themselves, some communities are finding that living in a mall could be a boon for property values.  Those massive, enclosed malls popular in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s are dying off. … Continue reading

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Bellevue Among Best Military Towns for Investing

Real Estate investors are eyeing military towns as a great place to invest in a single-family rentals.  “Acquiring (single-family rentals) near military bases may be one of the best real estate investment strategies, for a variety of reasons,” says Don … Continue reading

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Real Estate Gets Its Own Stock Category

Real estate companies have been included in a category with banks and insurance firms since 1999 in stock markets across the globe. But that changes at the market close today. Real estate will have its own dedicated category.  The Wall … Continue reading

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This Is the Time to Invest in Real Estate

Columnist Jeff Reeves with MarketWatch says right now is the best time ever to invest in real estate. He discounts fears by some about another housing crisis brewing – the uptick in “liar loans” or “Alt-A mortgages” and return of … Continue reading

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Retail Market Remains Rife with Contradictions

Lower vacancy rates, little new construction and weak rent growth mark today’s commercial real estate market. The historically low levels of available space are sparking a slow return of new construction, though cautious developers remain picky about location,CoStar reports.  The … Continue reading

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Developers Look to Older Generation

Demographic trends dictate that demand for senior living accommodations is on the rise. Studies show that by 2060 there will be about 98 million Americans age 65 and above. That’s more than double the corresponding population today, according to the … Continue reading

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Some Wonder If Apartment Market Slowing

Rents are climbing and construction of new multifamily units spiked over the past five years. The apartment market has been golden, but some investors are starting to wonder if the sector is showing some signs of slowing.   The apartment … Continue reading

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A Peek at the Not Distant Future

This week, we are taking a look at the world of tomorrow. Massive changes are in store in the not distant future. Posting on WorldHealth.com, Dr. Robert Goldman, M.D., PhD., offers some exciting and sometimes frightening insight into what lies … Continue reading

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Profits Climb for Office Market Landlords

Office vacancies dipped below 16 percent nationally in the second quarter of 2016. This marks the lowest vacancy rate since the recession began seven years ago, according to new data released by Reis Inc. That bodes well for landlords of … Continue reading

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Looking for Opportunities?

Investors are always looking opportunities to make money. Some want homes to renovate and flip, others want homes to hold as rental properties. Some would like to have the income stream from a strip mall, apartment building or commercial building. … Continue reading

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